Giro d'Italia 2018: Froome takes stage 14
Chris Froome (Team Sky) attacked with 4 kilometres to go to take stage 14 of the Giro d'Italia, with Simon Yates (Mitchelton-Scott), who retained the pink jersey, finishing second.
Kane, U.S. into worlds semis with Canada
Captain Patrick Kane scored two goals to lift the United States to a 3-2 win over the Czech Republic in the quarterfinals of the ice hockey world championship on Thursday, while Canada beat Russia 5-4 in overtime.
Russian anti-doping agency remains suspended
Russia's anti-doping agency remained suspended after world anti-doping officials declared the country had made no progress on its key reinstatement criteria.
Ugandan athletes urged to return home
Uganda's government has urged their six athletes who went missing during the Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast to return home, as their visas have expired.
Ledecky tops own world record in 1st pro swim
In her first swim as a professional, Katie Ledecky lowered her own world record in the 1,500-meter freestyle.
Abuse survivors win ESPY Ashe Courage award
The women who spoke out against former USA Gymnastics and Michigan State team doctor Larry Nassar will receive the Arthur Ashe Courage Award.
Sherpa guides set records with Everest climbs
Sherpa guide Kami Rita reached the summit of Mount Everest for a record 22nd time, and Lhakpa Sherpa set a women's record with her ninth climb.
Olympians had 'doubt, fears' over drug testing
Observers said doubts about the credibility of the anti-doping program led to Olympians having 'doubt and fears' about testing in Pyeongchang.
Yates takes overall lead in Giro d'Italia
Britain's Simon Yates has taken the general classification lead in the Giro d'Italia after he narrowly missed out on a stage victory around Mount Etna.
Denmark pulls upset, Sweden perfect at worlds
Sweden shut out Austria on Wednesday to stay perfect at the hockey worlds, and host Denmark upset Finland.
U.S. shuffles gold-medal-winning curling team
Tyler George said he will "step away for a little bit" from the U.S. men's curling team, which won gold at the Pyeongchang Olympics. He will be replaced by 2010 Olympian Chris Plys.
Finland routs Norway, Czechs prevail at worlds
Finland routed Norway 7-0 and the Czech Republic beat Switzerland 5-4 in a penalty shootout at the ice hockey world championships in Denmark.
Taekwondo champion Lopez suspended in probe
Two-time Olympic taekwondo champion Steven Lopez has been temporarily suspended while the U.S. Center for SafeSport resolves a case against him involving sexual misconduct allegations.
Froome crashes in Giro d'Italia practice
Chris Froome has crashed during a practice session ahead Friday's first stage of the Giro d'Italia, though he is expected to be fine for the start of the race.
U.S. leaders called by House subcommittee
Among the people set to speak to the House Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations on May 23 about sexual abuse cases are USOC acting CEO Susanne Lyons and USA Gymnastics CEO Kerry Perry.
Boxing risks being removed from '20 Games
The IOC says boxing still risks being kicked out of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics amid concerns about the sport's governing body.
IOC to challenge rulings that cleared Russians
The IOC is "not satisfied at all" with verdicts by the CAS that cleared some Russian athletes of doping sanctions.
North, South Korea combine table tennis team
Ping pong diplomacy is working for North and South Korea, who have combined their women's teams at the table tennis world championships.
Kenya's Kiprop acknowledges failed drug test
Former Olympic 1,500m champion Asbel Kiprop says he has tested positive for doping and is alleging officials who collected his drug-test sample extorted money from him.
Brailsford: I'm the right man to lead Team Sky
Sir Dave Brailsford believes he is still the right man to lead Team Sky despite a select committee report strongly criticising his time in charge two months ago.
GER 14 CAN 11
GER 10 CAN 8
CAN 10 OAR 9
Fourcade 3 Bjørgen 2
Bolshunov 3 Nilsson 2
Johansson 2 Bescond 2